Research Investigator, Department of Pediatrics, Child Health Evaluation and Research (CHEAR) Center
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology
2006, B.S. in Biology, University of Michigan
2009, M.P.H. in Epidemiology, University of Michigan
2013, Ph.D. in Epidemiologic Sciences, University of Michigan
Research Interests & Projects
Dr. Reeves’ research is focused on improving the delivery of preventive care to children with chronic conditions. This work includes identifying opportunities for improvement for recommended preventive care among children with sickle cell disease, such as receipt of transcranial Doppler screening, appropriate antibiotic prophylaxis, and use of hydroxyurea therapy. Current projects include: 1) Identifying opportunities to improve hydroxyurea use among children with sickle cell disease; 2) Quality Measurement, Evaluation, Testing, Review, and Implementation Consortium (Q-METRIC); and 3) Variations in health services use among children with sickle cell trait.
- Reeves, S.L., Garcia, E., Kleyn, M., Housey, M., Stottlemyer, R., Lyon-Callo, S., Dombkowski, K.J., Identifying Sickle Cell Disease Cases Using Administrative Claims. Academic Pediatrics. 2014 Sep-Oct;14(5 Suppl):S61-7.
- Reeves, S.L., Brown, D., Baek, J., Morgenstern, L.B., Lisabeth, L.D., Ethnic Differences in Post-Stroke Quality of Life among Stroke Survivors in the Brain Attack Surveillance in Corpus Christi (BASIC) Project. Stroke. 2015 Oct;46(10):2896-901.
- Reeves, S.L., Fullerton, H.J., Cohn, L.M., Dombkowski, K.J., Braun, T., Boulton, M.L., Lisabeth, L.D., Missed Opportunities for Transcranial Doppler Screening Among Children with Sickle Cell Disease. Clinical Pediatrics. 2016 Oct;55(12):1093-6.
- Reeves, SL, Madden, B, Freed, G, Dombkowski, KJ. Transcranial Doppler Screening Among Children with Sickle Cell Anemia. JAMA Pediatrics. 2016 Jun;170(6):550-6.
- Dombkowski, K.J., Cowan, A.E., Reeves, S.L., Foley, M.R., Dempsey, A.F., The Impacts of Reminder/Recall on Adolescent Influenza Vaccination. Vaccine. 2017 May;35(23):3089-3095